welcoming by nature
Located in the heart of the Eastern Townships, Estrimont is close to a multitude of cultural, gourmet and sports activities. Discover the Memphremagog region, a landscaped paradise of mountains and lakes that houses picturesque villages. Here are some suggestions from our employees :
Mont-Orford National Park for its accessibility! No matter our age, level and even the time of the year, the park has everything to please. In autumn, you can admire the warm colors, in winter you can practice sports such as skiing, snowboarding or simply explore the trails in rackets. In the spring, we recharge our batteries with a hike (dogs are allowed in several places) and in the summer we enjoy cultural and gourmet activities at the foot of the mountain.
Photo Credit Mont-Orford
Lake Memphrémagog, because it is mythical. From Magog to Vermont, it is one of the most important lakes in southern Quebec. You can swim there in the summer and thanks to our partner the Memphrémagog Sailing Club, you can rent kayaks or paddle boards to completely immerse yourself in the scenery of the region.
Bleu Lavande is a beautiful site with a soothing and gentle scent. Our four-legged companions are always welcome and the Moment Factory experience is really worth a visit! Ask for your passports at the hotel reception. Immortalize your visit in the Eastern Townships with a photo in the lavender fields.
Photo Credit Bleu Lavande
Cep d’Argent Vineyard
Cep d’Argent Vineyard has gradually become a must-see in Magog. Brothers François and Jean-Paul Scieur have opened their magnificent vineyard to tourists and clients since 1988. The property with more than 60,000 vineyards offers exceptional views of Lake Magog, as well as being 12km from the hotel. Choose the tasting, a signature activity where you can taste the different products at your own pace. On site, you will find white, red, rosé, sparkling, fortified and sweet wines.
Photo Credit Cep d’Argent
Abbey of Saint-Benoît
Abbey of Saint-Benoît offers various fine cheeses, as well as products derived from the apple, all made by the Benedictine monks living there. The place is accessible to everyone, for a walk in the garden, apple picking (in season) or for a pleasant picnic in the yard.
Photo credit Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac